Tag Archives: DROID Pro

Motorola DROID Pro for Verizon in line for a software update

The Motorola DROID Pro has been out for some time now, but that doesn’t mean that software updates can’t still be administered to the handset. Courtesy of Droid-Life, we’ve now caught wind that the handset is in line to get a software update here shortly. The update is 4.7.3, and comes with plenty of new tweaks, security enhancements, and other fixes for… Read more

Can you use Verizon’s DROID Pro on other US carriers?

Ever since the DROID Pro was announced for Verizon, my brain got to tickin’ about that global SIM slot inside. What can you do with said SIM slot? Can you unlock the DROID Pro and use a T-Mobile or AT&T SIM to receive service? It does contain the 850MHz and 1900MHz GSM bands, so logic dictates that yeah, it should. Should. Phil Nickinson from… Read more

DROID 2 Global & Pro sales update: Both available now

Just yesterday, we ran two stories here on DroidDog regarding release dates and availability for the DROID 2 Global and DROID Pro. The rumor was, that the D2G was delayed until the 29th, and the DP wouldn’t be available until the 18th. Well according to Engadget, and Verizon’s online ordering guide, both handsets are available now. If you’ve got the… Read more

DROID Pro announced, hits shelves November 18th

The DROID Pro may have already been leaked, spec’d, and shown off for all to enjoy, but that doesn’t mean seeing it go official can’t give you that warm feeling inside. The 1GHz packing, BlackBerry-esque, world roaming DROID Pro is slated to launch November 18th, 10 days from now, at $179.99 on contract after a $100 MIR. Those of you looking to pre-order… Read more

Motorola introduces Citrus and DROID Pro [UPDATE]

UPDATE: You can now find press releases alongside each device, and a tad more info as well. End update. Just earlier today, Motorola announced the BRAVO, FLIPOUT, and FLIPSIDE all coming to AT&T very soon. But why should they stop there? How about the DROID Pro and Motorola Citrus? Let’s start with the one that looks the most familiar: Motorola… Read more